Do You Believe?  

candy69sosweet 61F
10901 posts
1/8/2006 12:22 am
Do You Believe?

Do you believe that there's someone "perfect" for you? Soulmates? Mr/Ms Right?

I do.

I'm pretty sure I've met him.

Now what?

We're both married...but neither is happy in the marriage. We put on what I call the "happy face" and pretend that everything is fine.

Well, it isn't fine at all!

Tell me my friends, when do you draw the line and say, I've had enough? When do you pack it up and start thinking about yourself? Your own happiness? Your own needs and wants?

Help me please!!!!

Kisses & Hugs,

~Friendship is a gift given from the heart and treasured forever~

keithcancook 60M
17841 posts
1/15/2006 6:30 am

I'll believe it when I see it. Until then, no.

Shutterbug02 63M

1/9/2006 4:07 am

I hope so.

tillerbabe 56F

1/9/2006 12:50 am

please respect this request:

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fantasylover_05 62M

1/8/2006 7:37 pm

Expatbrit is absolutely right.... you must do what is right for YOU and YOU ALONE!!!

I will also say.... when we are unhappy we can not make those around us happy either... we MUST start with ourselves and work outward from there....

In my case I made a conscious decision to not pursue my happiness until my children were grown... but honestly I am not sure that served them either as I was not happy for all those years....

If you are unhappy it is unlikely your spouse is happy either.... and so you could also be releasing him to find his happiness as well..........

NOT an easy question or decision and there is not necessarily a right or wrong answer... as I said... the only answer that matters is the one that works for you

expatbrit49 62M

1/8/2006 11:46 am

Hmm thats a hard one Candy, and it dosnt matter what we all say, this is something that only you can decide.

Thank You for Your Time and Attention

slidein2meplz 62F
1994 posts
1/8/2006 10:26 am

I know...who and holler at me on the y and we'll catch up...cuz I can feel you need to talk/vent/explore/ponder the situations. Valleyrat4 is right. Except for me..I do have regrets both from things I have done and from things I haven't. **hugs**

~~~ Just me, poppin to say HI! ~~

rm_PurryKitty2 48M/50F
9753 posts
1/8/2006 5:08 am


So neither of your partners has to experience the pain of their spouse cheating, get a divorce first and then explore this. The pain of cheating is unbearable.

Purry {=}


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